Testing of medical device software – do it properly!
The European Medical Device Regulation (EU) 2017/745 (MDR) and the In Vitro Diagnostics Regulation (EU) 2017/746 (IVDR) insist on best practice throughout the software development lifecycle. But what does “best practice” actually mean?
This presentation will discuss why best practice implies coding standard compliance, code coverage, unit testing and requirements traceability – and in particular, why static analysis and unit testing are just as important as final system-level testing.
Referent: Andrew Banks, LDRA
Andrew Banks is a Technical Specialist at LDRA with more than 30 years’ experience of high-integrity real-time/embedded software development.
A Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society, he graduated from the University of Lancaster in 1989, and has spent most of his career within the aerospace, defence and automotive sectors.
Andrew is committed to standards development. He has been involved with MISRA since 2007, and has been Chairman of the MISRA C Working Group since early 2013. He is also the Chairman of the BSI “Software Testing” Working Group and an active participant in other BSI, ISO, IET and SCSC work, including the second edition of ISO 26262.
Themengebiet: Software Entwicklung und Architekturen
Datum und Uhrzeit: 20. Oktober 2021, 14:15 bis 15:00